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In a quiet, yet crucial corner of Gambier Village a lackluster lot is being transformed into a thriving greenspace designed to bring neighbours together to mix, mingle and play, reveling in the joys of outdoor activities...
With no clear indication of how or when precisely Baha Mar intends to make good on a series of lease payments for its casino equipment, PDS Gaming-International, the Nevada-based gaming company leasing the bulk of the equipment for Baha mar's Las Vegas-style casino, yesterday reappeared before the U.S. Bankruptcy Court...
Contractors working on the comprehensive refurbishment of the 40-year-old Bushy Park Circuit in Barbados started the last lap of phase one of the program recently. Almost exactly six months since the transformation begin, the first tarmac was laid on the St. Philip circuit, an exciting - and emotional - moment for the developers.
As workmen started to apply asphalt to the white marl base at the fa...
The president of the Bahamian Contractors' Association (BCA) is "very much concerned" about the number of foreign contractors who are involved in the high-end real estate construction sector.
He has called on the government to take steps to limit the entrance of foreign companies, whom he claims have contributed to a weakening of the pool of skilled workers available to Bahamian contractors, an...
The government has managed cut down the final projected cost of the controversial New Providence Road Improvement Project (NPRIP), which officials previously revealed went significantly over budget, Deputy Prime Minister Philip Brave Davis said yesterday.
However, Davis could not give the exact figure as he said the final calculation is still being tabulated.
He said he will be able to reveal the ...
On Thanksgiving weekend Bahamas Striping completed the latest Eastern Road improvements at the Newgate Road junction near Blair Estates, proving, the company says, that Bahamians are fully capable of successfully striping any and all public roads projects in the country.
On Monday, Deputy Prime Minister, The Hon Philip “Brave” Davis, MP, assured Bahamian striping companies that they would “soon be an integral part of the completion of the road projects”, breaking the 13-year old monopoly held by foreign stripers.
Minister of Public Works and Transport Neko Grant has refused to give a completion date for the controversial New Providence Road Improvement Project (NPRIP).
When asked for a firm date on when the wildly over budget and long-delayed project would come to an end yesterday, Grant told The Nassau Guardian that he did not wish to comment on the overall development of the project and its completion.
Statement on New Providence Infastructure Improvement Project
Prime Minister the Rt. Hon. Hubert Ingraham
House of Assembly
Monday, March 5, 2012